Information Technology Services

Share Drives and Personal Drives

To access Share Drives and Personal drives they are generally configured to connect when you first log onto your computer.  If for some reason they are not connecting the directions listed below will help you to reestablish a connection and make sure it persists after your computer is powered off.


Windows computers

  • On a Windows computer, map a drive.
    • Map a drive depending on which version of the operating system you use:
      • On Windows 7, select Computer from the Start Menu, then Map Network Drive from the toolbar highlighted below.



  • On Windows 8, open Windows Explorer, then right-click Network and choose Map Network Drive.
  • Select an unused drive letter.
  • The folder should be filled in as \\\OUName\ShareName
    • Example: \\\css\shares
  • Connect using WIN\UDelNet ID and the associated password.
  • You can now access information on that share via that drive letter.

Macintosh computers

  • On a Macintosh computer, make an SMB Network connection.
  • In Finder under the Go menu, select Connect to Server.
  • In the Server Address field, the correct format is as follows:
    • smb://
    • Example: smb://
  • Connect using WIN\UDelNet ID and the associated password.

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